heh, there's wide of the mark and there's that.DaGaffer said:Oh...my...God! Gilligan should sue.
Deadmanwalking said:Don't judge the americans!! Until you have gone their and met them all face to face.
Don't judge them!
Word. Totally agree with that.TedTheDog said:Heh, Fox news, run by Dubyars first cousin, slagging off a Dubya critic. Dont be fooled, its family business being taken care of.
:wub:unknown...Napoleon (I think) said:History is fable, agreed upon.
Andrew Gilligan was in Iraq during the war (if that's what you are questioning), and he was quite critical of American and British efforts.Doh_boy said:Only thing is he wasn't in Iraq at the time of the war was he?
Gilligan, on the day American military units entered Baghdad, reported "'I'm in the centre of Baghdad, and I don't see anything. But then the Americans have a history of making these premature announcements.'"Doh_boy said:Xane I was questioning the claim that he was saying 'the iraqi's are valliantly defending bagdad' when it had been taken over. Also I didn't think gilligan was particularly pro-iraqi but anti-war.
/MonocleUncle Sick said:
The system was once made by the people though and the people can change the system. Off course it takes time to change it, but if it is trully bad and 70% of the population (or atleast of the voting population) think it is then the system can be changed within 4 years. So on long term you can blame the majority of the (voting?) people in a country on the way their country is run and the acts of their goverment.Uncle Sick said:
Paradroid, old chap... don't you have a prime minister who announced that Iraq would be able to launch WMD's within 45 minutes?Uncle Sick said: